Your Favourite Open Source Software?

InvisibleJim

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Just remembered Anki flashcard software. Really nice little project I haven't used for a while and had forgotten about.
 

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neo_

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For KeePass users, KeeWeb offers a nicer UI.

Then, some more web frameworks: Adonis and Symfony.

For frontend development, there’s Vite, which is a local server and build tool for Vue, React, and other frontend frameworks. Snowpack could also be added, does the same thing.

Might be worth adding ProcessWire CMS/CMF.
 

InvisibleJim

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For KeePass users, KeeWeb offers a nicer UI.

Then, some more web frameworks: Adonis and Symfony.

For frontend development, there’s Vite, which is a local server and build tool for Vue, React, and other frontend frameworks. Snowpack could also be added, does the same thing.

Might be worth adding ProcessWire CMS/CMF.
Thanks. Processwire was on the todo list. I will give KeeWeb a try I think.
 

netstrider

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I quite like Microsoft Power Toys ehich is open source now.

I use the image resize feature all the time. Mapping keys is handy on my laptop and there are other features such as colour picker that I also use occasionally.

Power rename etc. Would just like if they added "launch cmd from this directory" as well.
 

InvisibleJim

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I quite like Microsoft Power Toys ehich is open source now.

I use the image resize feature all the time. Mapping keys is handy on my laptop and there are other features such as colour picker that I also use occasionally.

Power rename etc. Would just like if they added "launch cmd from this directory" as well.
Thanks. Added to Utilities
 
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